Given our reflections, it's important too that we examine "what" we have, do, and want to be...and what is the motive behind the work? Resources about adding purpose into our lives are readily available. There is no shortage of self help, self discovery, tutorials lectures, workshops, seminars, etc. Finding purpose in chiropractic is almost overwhelming in the sense that you can draw so much from so many, the Big Idea is enormous in it's expression. How do you connect to it? My challenge to you then is to take time for introspective moments of your current vision for your office, the actual "playbook" of the office execution will come soon, but to lay the proper footings, let's answer:
what do you do?
who do you do this with?
why do you do it?
and what do you want in exchange for doing it?
I'd encourage a personal evaluation of these questions and then a team discussion so that your individual visions can expand to include a larger body of people who will be part of executing the vision developed (or simply affirmed if you're already very clear about your work)